"Several supplements on the market can harm the health of those who use them, reports Swedish television SVT."
"The Norwegian national food administration has in a new study examined several muscle-building or fat-burning preparations. The results show that 21 of the 93 studied products contained doping substances, drugs, or large amounts of caffeine that they can't be regarded as healthy."
"– This problem is in all likelihood as large as in Sweden, perhaps even greater, in that Sweden has one of Europe's most liberal regulatory framework for the sale of dietary supplements, " says Christine Helle, co-authors of the Norwegian report and the head of the Anti Sweden, to the channel."
"The responsible minister, Jennie Nilsson (S), says to SVT that the government is trying to prevent unhealthy supplements to reach the market."
" The criminal are always looking for new ways to be criminal. Then we need to from the policy side and from the authorities to see to adapt to it and get it off here."